Sinus Treatment Technology
Treatment of Nose and Sinus Problems
Anyone who uses computers knows that keeping up with technology is a challenge, but it is crucial for anyone who strives to be the best in their field. To this end, physicians at the Penn Medicine Becker ENT Center constantly work to bring the most advanced, proven treatments to their patients by utilizing the latest Sinus Treatment Technology. Physicians at the Penn Medicine Becker ENT Center are well-versed in the latest advances in technology that impact patients with nose and sinus disease. To this end, physicians at the Penn Medicine Becker ENT Center have published nearly 100 articles in the nose and sinus literature, written or edited several books, and serve on the editorial boards for multiple Ear, Nose, and Throat journals. They are reviewers for over a dozen journals, lecture on nasal and sinus disease at forums around the world (San Francisco, Chicago, Rome, Milan, Sweden, Amsterdam, etc) and have worked on the development of several new instruments and tools for nasal and sinus surgery.
Fiberoptic endoscopic techniques, using powered instrumentation developed specifically for the nose and sinuses, have become state-of-the-art because of their accuracy and effectiveness. Dr. Daniel Becker has worked with instrument companies to design powered instruments. He holds a patent on a minimally invasive powered instrument.
Dr. Daniel Becker and Dr. Samuel Becker use these techniques and instruments on virtually every sinus procedure they perform.
More complex problems may require advanced techniques and instrumentation. Both Doctors Daniel and Samuel Becker are experienced in the latest techniques, instrumentation, and image guidance systems. They have played a primary role in the development of some of these procedures (such as the Endoscopic Modified Lothrop Procedure). Because of their expertise and innovation in sinus management, they were recently invited to work with Medtronic, ENT – one of the world’s largest ENT instrumentation companies – to help develop new technologies for Powered Instrumentation and Image Guidance systems.
For further information regarding technology, http://www.entellusmedical.com.